Sunday, 27 January 2008

Ieuan Wyn Jones: Fill in the blanks

A short post today on Ieuan Wyn Jones and the new Welsh Secretary, Paul Murphy, and what may or may not be concerns for Plaid Cymru.

You can either read what was written in the papers or fill in the blanks yourself:

Smooth the progress - a proper relationship - voted in favour - to move forward - dynamic - the reality is - allows for a referendum - trigger - the bread-and-butter issue.

I was waiting for a 'but let me make this perfectly clear' - sadly - it didn't materialise.


Anonymous 27 January 2008 at 14:07  

Too busy voting for the Lords and ladies of Plaid Ermine

Plaid supporter 27 January 2008 at 14:42  

He does like his political catchphrases. "But let me make this perfectly clear" was a firm favourite during the election and coalition talks. He should bring it back.

Anonymous 28 January 2008 at 11:06  

What's IWJ doing these days?

Considering he's Deputy FM he's very quite. I was expecting him to portray himself as FM in waiting.

Obviously, eaten up by the WAG system. I was very concerned when Labour AM's were saying he was doing a good job ....

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